...“It is the moral and legal obligation of every member of the board to provide oversight of our superintendent and the school system. That is actually the “board’s work.” Board members don’t make implementation happen. We authorize it by our votes. So, to say that oversight is getting in the way of the work of the board is a display of a lack of understanding of the proper role of the board,” Miller said in an email.
“Not only is oversight our responsibility, but reporting issues of suspected abuse or ethical violations is required by board policy of all employees.”